Air Liquide and Sasol have signed two Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) with TotalEnergies and partners for the long-term supply of a total capacity of 260MW of renewable power to Sasol’s Secunda site, in South Africa, where Air Liquide operates the biggest oxygen production site globally.
This is the second set of PPAs signed by Air Liquide and Sasol, after the PPAs announced in January with Enel Green Power for a capacity of 220MW.
Together, these PPAs represent a total of 480MW of the joint commitment by Air Liquide and Sasol to procure 900MW of renewable energy which will significantly contribute to the decarbonisation of the Secunda site.
Within the framework of these agreements, TotalEnergies and Mulilo will create one local majority owned wind project with a capacity of 140MW and one local majority owned solar project with a capacity of 120 MW. The projects are scheduled to be operational in 2025, subject to regulatory and financial approvals.
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